Madam Speaker, November is Tourism Month in the British Virgin Islands and I am extending a special invitation to all Members and residents to participate in the celebrations planned by the BVI Tourist Board.
Topic: Coordination of Government Policy | Posted By: kduncan
Thursday, 29 October 2015 - 4:45pm
Following the request from the Government of the Virgin Islands to amend the Constitution to allow for the creation of two junior Minister posts, the Governor conveyed a formal request to the appropriate authorities in the United Kingdom.
I am very pleased to be here today to sign this contract, along with our Premier, Dr. D. Orlando Smith, and the rest of the team from GE/Aqua, on behalf of the people and Government of the Virgin Islands.
Pelagic sargassum is a brown alga, or seaweed that floats free in the ocean and never attaches to the ocean floor. These free-floating forms are only found in the Atlantic Ocean. Sargassum provides refuge for migratory species and essential habitat for some 120 species of fish and more than 120 species of invertebrates. It’s an important nursery habitat that provides shelter and food for endangered species such as sea turtles and for commercially important species of fish such as tunas. There are two species of sargassum involved in the sargassum influx: Sargassum natans and Sargassum fluitans.